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ENVS 1100 Environmental Studies Introductory Seminar (Fall: 1 )

Course Description

Environmental studies connects the scientific, political, and cultural aspects of the world's environmental challenges. This twelve-week, one-credit seminar is an orientation and introduction to interdisciplinary scholarship for the cohort of new sophomore Environmental Studies majors each fall. The course will include reading and discussions of classic texts in environmental studies, planning of individual pathways through the major (including selection of thematic or disciplinary concentrations), and several writing assignments. Collaborative and cross-disciplinary work is emphasized throughout. The course ends at Thanksgiving.

Instructor(s): Noah Snyder

Prerequisites: None

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Last Updated: 24-Jun-17